China Cat Sunflower-> Sitting On Top Of The World, Dark Star-> Saint Stephen-> The Eleven-> Drums-> High Time-> Cold Rain & Snow Casey Jones, Easy Wind, Me And My Uncle > High Time, New Orleans > Searchin > Good Lovin' Jam > Good Lovin', Dire Wolf > King Bee, Turn On Your Love Light
There is a splice at roughly 1:30 into Good Lovin'. The recording was normalized and retracked using Sound Forge and CDWave.
October 26, 2018 Subject:
La La Labamba
Not equaled again
until the 'Fat Man' sang it in Espanol
This is a very hot set.
Casey Jones has belly fire jams
vocals yet to be fully auto piloted.
Easy Wind almost has Pig in yodel mode.
Dig Garcia's vocals toward end of High Time.
(credit Weir for the tight backing vocals.)
FD at the Great Highway
'by request' covers into Good Lovin'
Plenty of Pig to go around to close it.
August 29, 2013 Subject:
Mix is perfect and their sound is good and dirty.
April 12, 2009 Subject:
Yeah, it seems they started playing it out too slowly and Jerry hit the gas. It was actually nice when they did it mellow. But a slowed down version would have lasted nearly and hour maybe! God, what a band!
High quality stereo audio, and excellent mix (for 1969).
Alright! We got a show with 4 songs sung by Pigpen. Easy Wind, Searchin', King Bee, and Turn On Your Love Light (a 30 minute and 55 second version of TOYLL,too!).
To think, a year before this show it was 1968 and LBJ was President, I can barely remember it. It seems like it was in a whole different dimension and universe. 1968 was when the Revolution hit the streets...
"New Orleans-into-"Searchin'-into-Good Lovin'" is super-special.
Good Lovin' is sung by Garcia. Jerry doesn't seem to know where to come in, or he thinks the beat is too slow when Good Lovin' starts, so he starts his own begining, and everyone jumps in behind him...I guess the Kool-Aid was stronger than we know...
What a fantastic show, and a fantastic recording!
If you are a fan of Pigpen, and "Turn On Your Love Light", this show is a must have.
Eat, drink, be merry and listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the love.
April 10, 2008 Subject:
this is the complete show...
...acording to deadlists. set list listed is for 8/30? what a treat to be able to listen to this stuff. really good sound considering this was nearly 40 years ago! easy wind, cool good lovin', with, as has been metioned below, jerry singing lead vocals. pretty high time. all and all: beautiful.
December 2, 2007 Subject:
Jerry Sings Good Lovin'
I can't believe no one mentioned that Jerry is lead vocalist on Good Lovin' with Pigpen and Bobby on back up vocals. It also has the strangest intro of any Good Lovin' I've heard. They begin playing two songs at the same time until Jerry just hammers out the intro in unison with the drummehrs, wham! Great early version of this song with straight ahead hard driving rhythm. Phil and the drummers just kill on this song too!
December 7, 2005 Subject:
A great show. Casey Jones is tasty, as is the early Easy Wind (Jer shines), and the New Orleans -> Searchin' -> Good Lovin' is rare and SO much FUN! Also, Pig is smokin' on King Bee.
August 5, 2004 Subject:
Early Working Man's Transition
Well, the Dead are working through to that Workingman's sound and it's neat to hear some of the earlier versions of Casey Jones and Easy Wind. The Easy Wind is heavy, noticeably, the organ, most likely near the end of TC's run (but don't quote me). It's not a complete show, but so far, it's sounding pretty good on the stream. Think I'll burn another disc soon.